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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1914 THE fUVtf-BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Join the Gpawde Toiiiqlit at The only way to get these bargains is to come aftci tliem No phone ordeis lakon, nor goods dcliveicd tonighc. The bargains aie coming aftei. BOYS' HATS, now Pelt and Tnecd styles FLETTE, wide Saxony, wlilte nnd yard GLOVES', wliito or tan Dogslclu, pair WO'S HOSE. Penman's Cashmero, 8V4 to 10... WO'S NIGHTGOWNS White Plette, 51.60 for PETTICOATS, Colored Roman Satin, ?1.50..'.. CORSETS, Warner's OKft J1.60 grade, Tonight CHILD'S HPSE, fine Mb QJsbmere Ladies'Suits New Fall Suits, slllt. lined, .new Tunic Skirt, materials Tweeds and Fancy Worsteds. Tonight only. CRIB BLANKETS white colored border, each TABLE NAPKINS, pure linen, tonight ea. yards wide. Tonight'.......'.'.- FLETTE BLANKETS Very large size fl -JC A Pair 9.19 MEN'S SWEATERS, grey, special tonight SOCKS, 5 pairs of All Wool 5c SHIRTS, ?1.25 and 51.50 value, TonlBlit........ Men's Suits S8.i5 Twentj--fivs fiervlceablo Tweed Suits, worth iip to 'Sizes 34 to 40," Tciiight TWO GERMAN VESSELS' SUNK Sept.' is _ off J cially announcefl whoa the French prise landed a force yestenlay at Coco-Beach, in. the. .German. colony of Kamerim, in Africa, two' vessels'Of the German'am- iliary fleet were sunk. BRITISH CENSORS TO WORK OVERTIME London, Sept. activities of British newspaper correspondents, fwtjo_b.ay0.r been ahoyt in thp, rear of tho Allies lines, In the north- east, have resulted in tlie enforcement of a stricter censorship by the British government TTha newspapers now will not 'D9 permitteec to pubiiHh_the meti- sagas of such correspoDdenta, and the speculations of military critics, who publish daily analysis of tha sit- uation, polntlnc.qut localities and pre- dicting movements of the- armjea, also will be.'SuppTesBed, London, Sept trade war on Germany Is pro.ving a great BUCCCSB, from the meanest penny toy to flrstrclaas locomotives, originally placed ivith. German compRnies, are rapidly ibelug transferred 'to British companies.. Jn few fades has thero been keener, competition from tho, Germans thun in railway locomotives rolling stock JnduBtry. .Before the .war, -Im- portant orders and over- railways the '.frauds- 'Of leading Gennan oho or the most Impo-rtan-t contracts a largo number-'of paBBonger. carriages !or the new electrified services-aroUnd Buenos Ayres of tho Central Argentine ituiiway Co. This contract was orig? nally placed- with a Hanover firm, but aas no'w been awarded to' tlie Metro- politan Amalgamated Railway Car- riage Co. of Birmingham. South Africa and New ealand had large orders for. locomotives with the Mottle Co. of.Munich. The Hanover Co. were also building 34 passenger carriages for the Union of South Af- rica ralhvaya. Ke'ralckal of Casel had orders for 18 heavy main line engines for South In- dian- and.Bome Argentine railways. The Hanover Machine factory was building locomotives for the Bengal Railway arid' TafftVale Railway, and the "works at Dusseldorf were building six powerful shunting ocpmoUves ,fpr tho Port of London authorities'. All these contracts now have been cancelled, and shortly will be divided amongst British and American engin- eer a. MOORE PLEADS GUILTY Feralo, B.C., Sept. the C. .'.R, operator, came up for preliminary tearing before Stipendiary Magistrate yesterday, and elegted to be tried before Judge Thompson next reek, pleading guilty.-' Regularity------.----- of tht bowels is an absolute' ncces- lity for; good health. -Unless the waste matter from the food- which collects' there is got rid'of at least once a dty, it decays and whole body, causing jeation and sick headaches... Salts and other harsh mineral purgatives irritate iac dencatti lining ol the bowels. Dr. Morse's Indian, Root the bowels effectively without weak- ening, tickening or griping. Use Dr, Morse's Indian Root At -the special meeting ol tho Imperial Daughters of the 15m- ty piro yesterday a motion was passed, that each member do rtats one new, garment, for a woman or child for Belgian relief, and that tlioy be sent I' to -the regent, Mrs. Cl. W. Kobinson on or, before Friday next. Miss Usher of the Crow's Nest, visiting her sister, Mrs. A. W. Holt Mrs, Jamea L. Larson has returnet from tho coast, and is spending a fe- daya with Mrs. D. L. Ktmball. Mr. and Mrs. R. Fletcher of Ma grath are spending tho week-end -wit Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Kimball. t Mrs. William Prouse entertained th 3ig Brothers', class of Knox churc and a number of .girls at her horn last evening. A happy time was apen in gameg and music, dainty refresh ments being served liy the hostess. Mrs. A. F. Ewing, Fourth stree gave a tea yesterday tor her niece Miss baflerty who i icr guest. The decorations .'.were asters, an doing honors at were Mrs Jack Landry, Miss Jean Turnljull an Miss Jean Dawsou, the assistants ing Miss Jessie. -.Belcher, Miss Gcr trude Ednriston, Aloj-sia Mi Kenny and Bdmonto Journal. Miss Clara Goin, whose marriag to' Mr. James Currie takes place nex Tuesday morning, the hono guest of a bright social affair Frida evening, which claimed Mrs. C. Gri' fifth as hostess, at which only th intimate girl friends of the bride-to were biddqn: Cards were in ordi during the evening, .after which da ty refreshments' served by th ibstess. At the close of the evenin Miss G-oin- was presented with a 'beat tiful cut glass bowl. Mrs. Wm. the hostess o a jolly tea on Saturday atternoOa i honor of herrguesji, Mrs. Jack Morris The hostess wore, a handsome lac bodice with a black satin skirt, Mrs. was, compose in List Two-and-a-nali nojurs full-of interest to every man, woman of child. Remember the time. Not one sale article sold before (at sale till 10 o'clock Children's Bear Cloth Only Coats in in cream-only; sizes from 22 to 26 Good quality Bear effect, with cuff sleeve Hegu lar Price 60 f- Jv Saturday Silk Cushion Girdles A rainbow of colors, and worth more'' than, price originally Saturday Night Each 100 yards of English Wrapperette shadee only, Oltve, Navy and Tan; 30 1Mb width, border design, reg. Wo yard. Saturday Night Yard Women's Heavy ]-1 Cotton1 Underwear Ifwjj Jlece saririenta of whHo texture, long and high neck veste, ankle length draWiri, to sell at Sat.' Night a Garment A'Grocery Bulletin Of Fresh Seasonable Graperies At Sale Ptices to 10. o'clock 300 pairs Boys' Knit Ribbed1 Hose All Wool Hose', fast black, a durable stocking for the boys Absolutely seamless and "St. Margaret's" make Prices up to 50c a pair. t Saturday Night 25C a English Prints One of the finest standard makes cf Eng- lish Prints, 3B inch width. This line is of .red ground wlth'black or white -figures, a 15o Print. GRAPE JUICE Pints 25C >2 for-- Quarts, per CHIVER8' Haspbfrrr '.and Hum, tin 25c 45c 45c 60c 6-lb tins of Raspberry and Apple, Straw- berry and Jam, pure, pfe flt A Delicloue Jam, OLIVESi 10 bottle for bottle for ONTARIO GRAPES 20c 25c 40c .Saturday Night 9c a Children's Knit Wool Suits Consisting of Trousers, Sweater and Cap In pale blue only, for small children only. Some are slightly soiled. Regular Saturday Night Men's Negligee, .Shirts An assortment of Men's Negligee Shirts, oeat stripe patterns, good range of sizes Selling less than cost. Jalbraith, 2 Mrs. Home, 2 pair milts, Mrs. Colplantl, 8 Daughters Maids of England, 1 Mrs. DC Vcbei 5 Mrs. Grigg, 2 Mrs. Duff, 2 Mrs Sbarnes, Miss Cameron, 2 Mis sr. Also knitting done by the follow ng Socks, Mrs. Dunn, 2 Mri McDonald, 1 Miss -Dingwall, 2 Mrs Singleton, 1 Mrs.- D. A. Smith, Mrs. Naismith.'-a'Mrs. Cormack, Mr. Sear. Mrs.- Austen, 2 Mti albTuitL, 3 iilra." 'GoJpman, 2 Mis Dingwall, 1 Miss Sear, 2 Mrs. Mcr cer, 1 Miss. Bontley, 1 Airs. Nicol, Mrs. Champness. Mrs: Oliver, rtrs. Connack, 2 Mrs. Bentley, Miss Clements, 2 Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Scott, 1 Miss Donations of woo! and John Lh ings ton, Miss McKay, Mri Galbra th, Paley. The vplwteet committee jhe greater :part pt-'-the dayscwin pn labels and getting the thing ready Jar: shipment, ou sincere Mrs. Staraes, 'Mrs raer, Mrs, Stafford, Mrs.' Gii iraltii, Mrs. Colpman; Miss Mackaf Miss Agnew und Mis Westminster church, was the seen C a .on. Thursday' a SO, SIrtan Mrs. .Tames Slmm, became the of Mr vena Tho bride was attended bv he -while Hr larold McIIvpna, tie gifem's' brothor ivas groomainari.'rl Hev, J., B. Francl 'ormed the ''ceremony pres- ence of a large number of relatlv morning. All the scholars of all departm- ents are asked !n the afternoon at o'clock for the special Rally -Day rvtce. NUNS AS NURSES When it. became evident that irar RS inevitable, the'Superior-General the Faithful Companions of Jesus mediately offered the and mrding schools of tha Order at Na- ur, Brussels, and Paris to the re- spital and ambulance etaUong for While the novices Namur have ,en removed to the Society's house Upton Hall, near Blrkenlieiui, the us, although primarily teaching Sls- n, an undertaking the work of urging. The folfowrnc Catholic nunei hare London (or Brusiete and Naraur der tha auiphM ot Catholic Wo- Tonight Oflly' Specials Iriteresting News for the Saturday Night Shopper-rron sale from to 10 Ladles' Night Flannelette In tho right Win- ter weight, tucked yoke, neat- ly 4 S Regular I I 9 Baby's Fancy Wool and Eiderdown Jackets, trimmed with fpink and pale blue cro- chet edging, ribbon ties, regular (J5o----- A few odd sizes in Men's Underwear, Watson's Natural Wool, rEbbed, regular each. Ladios'-.trnderBkirts of SHlc Molro. Bmart'Btylo'wlth knife pleated flounco, navy, rose, groen, purple, saio and Mack. H-25- Eoru Curtains of Scrim pretty medallion effect in corner, .neat edging, 2H yarda -wortli 4 OQ ?2.SO. 'Fair MlBaes' Viei-Kia Boots in smart dressy'boot- i2.504M.i GROCERIES Turkish dellglt, Juljt opened np 25c Concord Grapes, de- llcloius, wnlle they last 4'OC Basket- SILKOL1NE, One. Blun Floral Cub- lit Detlgn, yard wide 8c YARD GROOERIE3 Hunson'f ikm-v out SOa oa at fop LINID, ;aowN, HANDSOME CEATHBR 8LIPP1R8, SATIN TRAVELLING OR BEDROOW HERE rifi' AND SCAWLET FOR MEN AND LADIFS. TO 9. REGULAR just j Hudson's Bay Go, men's Ipague Nurses Guild, in oon- Junction jritn ;-.s'ti .JoUn's. society Nurses TVrJght, jUahonr, Stroinach, nanagrm, Qulnn, .Iftllr. .Oafanashi" Sheam, O'Shea, Gregory, Haynes, Flynn, Burmas, Hal lam, Hitchie, and Sadler Tlia party IB In charge of Jfiirae Wright. The Little Siaten ot -Asomnp tldii, Nursing SlsturB -of tie Sick Poor, Cort. have offered to the General com- manding the Cork, district their ser- vices as nurses-. -wounded -soldiertt who may sent to Cork, They haye also offered-'the use-of tfeeir convent as a convalescent home for tha treat- ment of the injured. -Bota offers have been gratefully accepted. Through, the committee of ths Prov- dence Free Hospital; -St. Helens, Rev- erend Mother {Poor Servants of the Mother-bf placsd at the dls posal of the War all -avallaole accommodation-in'the hospital for the icfc and wounded soldiers and1 sailors. The -StsteTB of the' -Sacred; Heart, Waudsworth, London, ihave offered the uae of their convent 'and grounds to ha War Office, 'with accommodation or one hundred patients. Whafje Mtanf. Lost Y6ur Dog? The. police have 'tounded; 'up' nine .omeless Hectors, and if thay are no eficued by eiecutet t the pound. The police' ai-e eettinu Her'the license' en ores ft "to" iSie letter. It your Is ot licensed to be alive, .better get usy, or the dog catch'll get him. No Action for A Year The sittings ol the court for the en- orcement of taxes -n as held this week t Jfacleod, when it was decided that owtas to the eilstlng condltlona In tht Istrict, no action would toe talien to ocJlect outatandifls tales for at least year, and ia the way of costs would be incurred. SICK DOCTOR Proper Food Put Him Right. The food experience of a physician n his own. case when worn and weak rom sickness and when needing ourienment the worsf way, is va! ible: "An attack-of Slip, so it ear making an-end left my toinacU in such condition I could: not otdinary food I knew of onrse that I must have food nourish- ment or I could never recover. "1 began to take four teospooutnls f Grape-Nnts and cream three times day and for 2 weeks this was almost ly only food. It tasted so delicious tat I enjoyed it Immensely and my omach handled it perfectly from the rst mouthful It was so nourishing was quickly built back to- normal calth strength "Grape-Nuts is ot great Talue as od to sustain life during attacki In hlcb the stomach is so deranged it cannot digest and assimilate other ods. "I am convinced that were Grape- uts more widely used by physicians, would many lives that are lost from tack of ent." Name given by Canadian ostum Co, Windsor, Out The most perfect food In the world, rial of Grape-Nats and cream 10 ays proves. "There's a Reuon." Look in ;kfi. .for, the little book, "The RDM to -WelMlle." Iver raid the above litter? A new from time, to time. They tenulne. Inn, and full hymen ttreet Wholesome Satisfying 25c up Good Service Splendid Menu Commercial Oyster And Chop House 210 5th Street South ;